NVIDIA will lead the European Association of Automotive Suppliers (CLEPA) working group on highly connected automated vehicles. This group, which consists of European automotive suppliers, contributes to the development of new UNECE assessment methods for automated vehicles.
In addition to CLEPA, NVIDIA is also working with key international organizations formulating standards and regulations for automated vehicles. These include the International Standards Organization (ISO), the United Nations Economic Commission of Europe (UNECE), National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), and the Association for Standardization of Automation and Measuring Systems (ASAM).
These organizations, which count major automakers, suppliers and startups as members, are critical in developing regulations and standards for autonomous vehicles.
Through this collaboration, NVIDIA is leading one of the working groups defining an open standard for creating simulation scenarios, describe road topology representation, sensor models, world models, as well as the criteria and key performance indices for the industry to advance validation methods for autonomous vehicle deployment.
Representatives from NVIDIA also make up two of the seven official technical experts representing the U.S. for ISO 26262 and SOTIF, including chairing the U.S. Technical Advisory Group. The company is also the international lead for ISO 26262 Part 10, which provides guidance on how to implement the standard.
As leaders of various working groups and technical advisories within global organizations, NVIDIA is able to share this expertise with the industry and help ensure the best possible standards are put in place.
Source: NVIDIA Blog